Blogger looks forward to iPhone happiness
10 November 2009 — 5:00 PM
Consumers trading in used mobiles to pay for a new smartphone may be inspired by the comments of one expert this week.
In a piece for Top 10 Broadband, Alex Buttle explained that while he has always wanted to get his hands on an Apple iPhone 3G S, his contract with Orange's telephone and mobile broadband package has prevented it.
However, since it was announced that the carrier will soon stock the model, he added the future is indeed looking bright.
"The news that I can finally get an iPhone on Orange is really quite sweet," Mr Buttle concluded. "I'll be able to finally surf the web properly, locate myself on a map, play games and download apps turning my phone into a beer glass."
Earlier this year, it emerged that the network had secured a deal with Apple to stock the device as part of its range across the UK, ending O2's exclusivity with the product.
Later that week, it was announced that Vodafone would also be adding the iPhone to its catalogue.
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